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or of the municipal election to be held in Monroe Ward next Thursday. Lacy's shop, the usual place of holding the election in that ward, had passed into the hands of another party, who would not grant the use of it for less than five hundred dollars per day. --Under the circumstances, it was within the province of the Council to change the place of holding the election in Monroe Ward. On motion of Mr. Griffin, the place was changed from Lacy's shop to Epps's shop, adjoining. William E. Granger was appointed conductor of election in Jefferson Ward in place of R. T. Seal, whose duties as Chief-of-Police would call him elsewhere on that day. Mr. Walker said he had a subject to bring before the Council. He had understood that there were between five and six thousand women and children now in the city whose husbands, fathers and natural protectors had gone to the Yankees and left them here a burden upon the city. At this time, when the city was taxed to its utmost to suppo